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Gulf Killers Still at Large

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J.Speer-Williams (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Rserved

 

“Corexit kills all life from algae and micro-organisms to human beings.  The Monetary Cartel’s injection of so much Corexit into the Gulf renders all governmental  pretensions of environmental and human/animal life concerns null and void.”

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For Your EYES ONLY:  Gulf Killers Still at Large

If there’s ever to be an honest final analysis of what killed the Gulf of Mexico, it will not be Mother Earth’s crude oil and gases.

What did kill the Gulf? The man-made chemical dispersant, Corexit.

Well then, WHO killed the Gulf?  British Petroleum, of course; but, they were only the paid killers. The important parts of the article below tell us – WHO paid the killers to do the killing, and paid the cops to look the other way, and paid the courts to declare the murder to have been an unavoidable homicide.

 There’s a two tiered system of justice in the United States: one for us and another for the “legalized” killers. More

Florida Dengue Fever Outbreak Leads Back to CIA and Army Experiments

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Live link:  truthout.org

Wednesday 21 July 2010

by: H.P. Albarelli Jr. and Zoe Martell

 

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“With little fanfare on July 13, Florida officials released the findings of a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) study conducted recently in the Key West area revealing that about 10 percent, or 1,000 people, of the coastal town’s population are infected with the dengue fever virus.

While the July 13 release made little mention of it, the CDC study was provoked by an earlier 2009 report that a woman in New York State, who had returned from a Florida Keys’ visit, had contracted dengue fever. Within a few weeks of this initial report, two additional cases were discovered in people who had returned from Key West. Over the next three months of 2009, an additional 26 cases were identified, all tied to visits to the town.

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BP – Beyond Petroleum = Big Trouble

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Live Link:    BATR@batr.org      

“At the current flow rate, it would take from two to nearly four years for all the oil to leak from the field if it can’t be stopped.”_________________

The public relations television campaign states that BP now means beyond petroleum no longer appears on air. British Petroleum inescapably and unremittingly is now linked as the culpable corporate criminal of the greatest man made environmental disaster of all time. As confusing as the catastrophe seems, no one can reasonably deny the danger the Gulf of Mexico region has already suffered. The only unanswered aspect is how much more damage will migrate from beyond the drilling blow out.  

Two months after the offshore oil-drilling platform Deepwater Horizon exploded, the initial report has no specific knowledge of what happened or if it was even a blowout. How much has changed since April 20th. The counting day clock is reminiscent of the CBS Walter Cronkite Iranian hostage countdown. The “Most Trusted Man in America” image died well before his passing. Replacing the naive belief in the accuracy of media reporting, today’s public relations spin is equal to the depth of the wellhead. More

Some things Are Hard to Prove Even When You Have Proof of Them: Don’t Let Our Poisoned Gulf Be Another Such Enigma

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J. Speer-Williams (C)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

“So quick to dump over a million gallons of Corexit, BP must have expected a blow-out. Otherwise, how did over a million gallons of Corexit just happen to be available for the Gulf of Mexico?”

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Some called him Cassius, refusing to call him, Muhammad; while others demonstrated their liberalism by refusing to use what Muhammad Ali said was his slave name … Cassius Clay.

In any case, at breakfast, at the ATO fraternity house, the Gainesville Sun, of February 26th 1964, told us that the boxing world had a new champion.

It was hard to believe that the Louisville Mouth that Roared – Muhammad Ali – could have so easily defeated the indomitable, Sonny Liston; but there it was, right in our daily paper.

Some things are hard to believe even when there’s proof of them.

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